From: Sulawesi

Curatorial Section: Oceanian

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Object Number 87-8-2
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Pipikoro
Provenience Sulawesi
Creator Tina Moso
Section Oceanian
Materials Bark Cloth

Pipikoro dialect, Uma language. Barkcloth blanket (kumu kumpe). (kume = blanket; kumpe = barkcloth) Sarong style. Used for warmth in sleeping or as door or space divider in hut. Reddish-brown barkcloth, beaten into a large tube. From nunu lero (Ficus sp.: probably Ficus infectoria). Made by Tina Moso (family name Momu)

Length 209 cm
Width 200 cm
Credit Line Purchased from Lorraine V. Aragon, 1987
Other Number 8 - Other Number

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